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This is a collection guide. It is a description of archival material held in the Special Collections Division,
J.Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University. The materials described here are physically available in our
reading room. None of the original documents in this collection are digitally available online at this time.
The Records of Employees Exempt from the Personnel Act inlcude a file for most EPA employees which may include applications for employement, correspondence, resumes or vitae, promotion and demotion documentation, transer information, personnel action forms, salary information, and documentation of termination of employment.
Collection (1954-1780, 1861-1866, 1916) consisting of letters, Revolutionary War currency and Civil War money.
Papers (1898-19476, undated) including correspondence, newspapers, notes, programs, etc. compiled by a teacher in the English Department of East Carolina Teachers Training School.
East Carolina University Campus Newspapers
Papers (1876-1988) including correspondence, clippings, genealogical data, literary manuscripts, books, articles, short stories, reviews, book proofs, biographical publications, photographs.
Includes annual catalogs, summer session catalogs, graduate school catalogs, and special topics bulletins published as issues in the same series as the catalogs.
The Records of the Department of East Carolina University Sponsored Programs are comprised of annual reports.
Minutes, programs, correspondence, reprints, reports, and miscellaneous records (1902-2005).
Papers (1951-1983) of deceased East Carolina University History Professor (and Department Head) Herbert R. Paschal, Jr., include his research files relating to exploration and early settlement of the English Colonies in North Carolina, 1644-1700. Also included are files related to his career and to his years as a student.
Collection (1946-1984 bulk: 1981-1984) of slides of historic buildings, sites, documents, and persons, compiled by East Carolina University faculty members Donald R. Lennon and Fred Ragan for use in their joint North Carolina History course (History 3100). Rec’d. 12/31/1984.